n African Security Review - Corporate responsibility and humanitarian action : commentary

Volume 12, Issue 1
  • ISSN : 1024-6029
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Extracted from text ... Introduction Non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and reporters are increasingly focusing on the economic dynamics underlying today's armed conflicts. The media report daily on the role of natural resources in war-torn countries such as gold and coltan in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), oil in Chechnya, Colombia or Sudan, or diamonds in Angola and Sierra Leone. Controversies over the so-called 'blood diamonds' brought over 30 governments, NGOs and the diamond industry around the negotiating table to regulate trade. Corporate social responsibility Corporate social responsibility has become a fashionable subject and is being included in standard MBA curricula. A vigorous debate ..

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